Kashmiri diaspora protested outside the Indian consulate in Birmingham against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at United Nations General Assembly's (UNGA) 75th session.
Addressing the protest, President Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK Raja Fahim Kayani said that Modi’s hands are stained with blood of thousands of Muslims in India and Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
"Modi should not have been allowed to speak at UNGA session because of the war crimes and grave human rights violations this regime is committing in IIOJK," he added.
The TeK UK chief also hailed PM Imran Khan’s stance and support for the people of IIOJK during his address at the UNGA session.
President Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe Muhammad Ghalib said that the world has seen the atrocities India is committing in IIOJK. "India is the violator of UN resolutions on Kashmir and all international laws."
He said that India must be stopped from the genocide of Kashmiris vis a vis demographic changes, financial breakdown and judicial terrorism.
Ian Scott, President Trade Union Council Birmingham denounced Indian oppression and atrocities in IIOJK and called for a peaceful and just solution to the Kashmir dispute as per the aspiration of Kashmiris.
Stuart Richardson, Secretary General Stop the War Coalition Birmingham, said that Kashmiris must be given the right to self-determination as agreed upon at the UN.
"Oppression and suppression could never win hearts, India must stop atrocities and initiate the process of the plebiscite as per UN resolutions," he added.
President APKCC Chaudhry Muhammed Shanawaz, Khawajah Inamul Haq, Rana Rabnawaz, Raja Javed Khan and Azam Farooq, Secretary General TeK Midland Zone also condemned Indian atrocities in IIOJK.
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